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Mike D’Antoni Still Expected to Join Team USA

Despite the fact that Mike D'Antoni no longer has a job in the NBA, he will still be joining his fellow Americans in the 2012 Summer Olympics. D'Antoni was an assistant coach under Coach Krzyzewski and he helped guide the team to an Olympic Gold Medal in the 2008 Beijing Summer Games. Although rumors have circulated regarding the bad relationship between Carmelo Anthony and D'Antoni, those two are expected ...

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Donnie Walsh Applauds Woodson and the Knicks

Former New York Knicks president Donnie Walsh likes the way this Knicks team is playing and is in love with Mike Woodson's style of play. Although Walsh was the man who hired Mike D'Antoni, he enjoys seeing his former team succeed with another coach. “I love what they’re doing,’’ Walsh told The Post yesterday from his Indiana home. “I love how (Woodson) is doing it. He’s got the team playing good basketball ...

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Baron Davis Expected to Return to Lineup Soon

New York Knicks guard Baron Davis is expected to return the lineup soon despite suffering a hamstring injury. Davis injured the right hamstring in the Knicks' Friday night game and did not return. However, the injury was not as severe as expected and it shouldn't sideline Davis for too long. Coach Mike Woodson told reporters that the hamstring injury should not be too detrimental, but he is still taking pre ...

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Knicks Take Care of Business in Indiana; Beat Pacers 102-88

The New York Knicks came into this game undefeated since Mike Woodson became the team's head coach and their wins were all by double-digits. The Knicks were still lackluster on the defensive end, but their offense was running smoothly and it seemed as though Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire were having fun playing basketball again. In the Knicks' previous game, they beat the Indiana Pacers at the Garde ...

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Larry Brown Says Knicks Should Stick With Woodson

The New York Knicks have  named Mike Woodson their head coach, by many people expect the front office to eventually hire someone new. Despite the fact that Woodson has not lost a game since taking over the bench, fans and reporters would like to see a high-profile run the Knicks. Larry Brown is considered a candidate for the Knicks' job, but if you ask him, the team has already found a good option. Brown sa ...

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Baron Davis Suffers Right Hamstring Injury

In the New York Knicks' win over the Indiana Pacers tonight, point guard Baron Davis suffered a right hamstring injury and did not return to the game. The Knicks eventually won the game, 115-100, to improve to 2-0 since Mike Woodson took over; however, the team lost a valuable piece off the bench. Davis played well in the offense and gave players like Jeremy Lin some valuable minutes on the bench for rest. ...

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Mike Woodson Will Keep Jeremy Lin in Starting Lineup

New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson just recently took the head job from Mike D'Antoni and has already implemented a different offensive system. The system will rely on the star players and their ability to beat opponents in isolation plays. This is quite the antithesis of D'Antoni's offense which was point guard heavy, and one in which Jeremy Lin thrived in. Lin was a great piece with D'Antoni and when he w ...

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Mike Woodson Will Rely on Anthony and Stoudemire

The New York Knicks are now under the guidance of Mike Woodson and he is already making changes to the way the team runs its offense. With Mike D'Antoni, the offense was more fast-break oriented and required great ball movement from the players. However, it seems as though Woodson would rather have his stars dictate the offense. Woodson coached the Atlanta Hawks a few years back and the offense was very iso ...

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Phil Jackson Reportedly Interested in Joining Knicks

The New York Knicks have just parted ways with Mike D'Antoni and there have already been a myriad of names rumored to replace him. Former Los Angeles Lakers and Chicago Bulls coach Phil Jackson has been a very popular name to replace D'Antoni, and it seems as though the Zen Master would not mind coming to New York. Several sources have indicated that Jackson is interested in coming back to the Knicks and he ...

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Mike D’Antoni Resigns as Knicks Head Coach

Mike D'Antoni has resigned as the New York Knicks' head coach. D'Antoni and Knicks owner James Dolan agreed on Wednesday that their relationship should end after over three years together. The Knicks were looking like Eastern Conference contenders a few weeks back, but after losing six consecutive games, everything fell apart in New York. D'Antoni was not forcing defense on his team and the players were not ...

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